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*'''''[[The Shining (1980)]]''''' [''Jack Torrance'']: When Jack chases [[Danny Lloyd]] into a hedge maze at the Overlook Hotel with the intent of killing him, he becomes lost after Danny escapes where he freezes to death.
 
*'''''[[The Shining (1980)]]''''' [''Jack Torrance'']: When Jack chases [[Danny Lloyd]] into a hedge maze at the Overlook Hotel with the intent of killing him, he becomes lost after Danny escapes where he freezes to death.
   
*'''''[[Batman (1989)]]''''' [''Jack Napier a.k.a The Joker'']: Falls to his death after the gargoyle statuette attached to his leg by [[Michael Keaton]]'s grapling hook breaks loose from its moorings, causing Jack to lose his grip on a helicopter rope ladder and plummet to the ground at the bottom of the church tower. His ever-grinning body is shown eerily lying in the shattered pavement below (with Commissioner Gordon going through his pockets to find the source of the laughing).
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*'''''[[Batman (1989)]]''''' [''Jack Napier a.k.a The Joker'']: Falls to his death after the gargoyle statuette attached to his leg by [[Michael Keaton]]'s grapling hook breaks loose from its moorings, causing Jack to lose his grip on a helicopter rope ladder and plummet to the ground at the bottom of the church tower. As vengeance to killing Michael's parents, his ever-grinning body is shown eerily lying in the shattered pavement below (with Commissioner Gordon going through his pockets to find the source of the laughing).
   
 
*'''''[[Hoffa (1992)|Hoffa]]''[[Hoffa (1992)| (1992)]]''' [''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Hoffa Jimmy Hoffa]'']: Gunned down by [[Frank Whaley]].
 
*'''''[[Hoffa (1992)|Hoffa]]''[[Hoffa (1992)| (1992)]]''' [''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Hoffa Jimmy Hoffa]'']: Gunned down by [[Frank Whaley]].

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Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Jack Nicholson (1937 - )

Film Deaths

  • Back Door to Hell (1964) [Burnett]: Shot to death by Japanese soldiers while manning the captured Japanese radio station. His comrades realize he's permanently dead after examining his body moments later.
  • The Shooting (1966) [Billy Spear]: Likely dies from heat exhaustion (off screen), on top of having been gravely injured by Warren Oates; the film ends with Nicholson staggering around in the desert, so his death is only implied.
  • The Passenger (1975) [David Locke]: Implied to be killed by a government agent, with his body shown lying in his hotel room afterwards.
  • The Shining (1980) [Jack Torrance]: When Jack chases Danny Lloyd into a hedge maze at the Overlook Hotel with the intent of killing him, he becomes lost after Danny escapes where he freezes to death.
  • Batman (1989) [Jack Napier a.k.a The Joker]: Falls to his death after the gargoyle statuette attached to his leg by Michael Keaton's grapling hook breaks loose from its moorings, causing Jack to lose his grip on a helicopter rope ladder and plummet to the ground at the bottom of the church tower. As vengeance to killing Michael's parents, his ever-grinning body is shown eerily lying in the shattered pavement below (with Commissioner Gordon going through his pockets to find the source of the laughing).
  • Mars Attacks! (1996) [President James Dale/Art Land]: In a dual role, Jack manages to die twice; in the role of the President, he is impaled through the back by a metal rod (attached to a spider-like mechanical hand) after a pretended peace negotiation with the Martians (a Martian flag emerges from a pole in the metal rod), and as Art Land, he is crushed underneath a giant globe during the Martians' attack on Las Vegas.
  • The Departed (2006) [Frank Costello]: Shot multiple times in the chest and stomach (during a shootout) by Matt Damon (causing Jack to fall back into a mechanical digger).

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